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I Could Live In Hope Studio album by Low Released 1994 Recorded Autumn 1993 Genre Dream pop[1], slowcore Length 57:05 Label Vernon Yard Producer Kramer Low chronology I Could Live In Hope (1994) Long Division (1995) Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] Vox (6/10)[2] I Could Live In Hope is the first full-length album by Duluth, Minnesota slowcore group Low, released in 1994. It was produced by Mark Kramer. Track listing "Words" – 5:45 "Fear" – 2:12 "Cut" – 5:43 "Slide" – 3:46 "Lazy" – 5:35 "Lullaby" – 9:46 "Sea" – 1:45 "Down" – 7:24 "Drag " – 5:11 "Rope" – 6:11 "Sunshine" – 2:59 References ^ a b Taylor, Ken. "Review: I Could Live in Hope - Low". Macrovision Corporation. http://www.allmusic.com/album/r203991. Retrieved 19 August 2009.  ^ Scanlon, Ann. "Review: Low - I Could Live In Hope (Quigley QUIGD5)". Vox (IPC Media) (VOX48, September 1994): 104.  v · d · eLow Steve Garrington · Mimi Parker · Alan Sparhawk John Nichols · Zak Sally · Matt Livingston Studio albums I Could Live in Hope · Long Division · The Curtain Hits the Cast · Secret Name · Christmas · Things We Lost in the Fire · Trust · The Great Destroyer · Drums and Guns · C'mon Other albums Maybe They Are Not Liking the Human Beings · One More Reason to Forget · OwL Remix · Paris '99: "Anthony, Are You Around?" · A Lifetime of Temporary Relief: 10 Years of B-Sides and Rarities EPs Low · Finally… · Transmission · Songs for a Dead Pilot · Bombscare · The Exit Papers · In the Fishtank 7 · Tonight the Monkeys Die: Low Remixed · Murderer Singles "Over the Ocean" · "If You Were Born Today (Song for Little Baby Jesus)" · "Venus" · "Joan of Arc" · "Immune" · "Dinosaur Act" · "K./Low" · "Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me" · "Canada" · "David & Jude" · "California" · "Tonight" · "Hatchet" Related articles Slowcore · Solo Guitar · Who Killed Cock Robin? · Black Eyed Snakes · Retribution Gospel Choir This 1990s indie rock album-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e